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An Introductory Guide to Anatomy & Physiology 5th edition is a popular and trusted reference providing an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the human body. An essential resource for all those studying aesthetics, cosmetology, and holistic therapies, as well as sports therapy, nursing and para-medicine.
Anatomy of Hatha Yoga now revised and in full four color reproduction, this book remains the most authoritative source correlation the study of hatha yoga with anatomy and physiology. Yoga practitioners, teachers, personal trainers, medical therapists of all kinds, or anyone who is at times curious or troubles about how the body responds to stretching and exercise will find in this book a cornucopia of readable and reliable information.
The Anatomical Tattoo is an introduction to the growing phenomenon of anatomical imagery in tattoos, and highlights some of the best examples in the world today. Illustrating the work of over 80 tattoo artists from across the globe, this book showcases this fascinating new trend by documenting more than 150 anatomical tattoos.
The Art & Science of Beauty Therapy is an indispensable reference for beauty therapists, providing up to the minute guidance for Level 2 qualifications and including full coverage of Facial Electrical treatments.
Each treatment is explained using insights and practical advice from a team of industry experts, and the book clearly illustrates the personal qualities and professional skills that make a successful beauty specialist.
Inside The Art & Science of Beauty Therapy you will find step-by-step photo sequences and helpful diagrams. There are checklists, key points and topic summaries. You will also find anatomy and physiology for easy understanding. In addition to all of that, there is also included maps learning objectives for core units at Level 2 VRQ.
The Secret Language of Anatomy is an initiation into the mysterious subject of anatomical terminology. Beautifully crafted illustrations uncover the close relationship between the parts of the human body and the evocative names given to them by anatomists. Decoding the body’s secret language brings to life the history of anatomical terms, and explains why some words are used to describe very different organs and structures.